Tagged ‘Quick Tip’

Quick Tip – Reading & Editing HTML Attributes in jQuery

Learn how to take formerly static elements of your page and adjust them on the fly. Learn how to swap images on hover and pull captions from title tags, all brought to you by the power of jQuery.

Quick Tip – Resizing Images Based On Browser Window Size

Let your images adjust along with the rest of your fluid layout with just a snippet of jQuery.

How to Make a Slideshow with a Transparent PNG Frame

Build a basic slideshow that has a layered frame using z-index and PNG transparency.

Quick Tip – Separate Page Templates in WordPress

Display each of your blog’s pages with distinction! Learn how to easily make a variety of page templates from within WordPress.

Displaying Author Meta Information in WordPress 2.8

WordPress 2.8′s release has introduced a simplified way of working with an author’s information. In this post we’ll take a look at some applications using the brand new author meta template tag.

Quick Tip – Grab Attention Using Blur in Photoshop

Add a stylish blur effect to your images and subtly guide the viewer’s eye. All in one crystal clear quick tip. Pardon the pun.

Quick Tip – Use Layer Masks to Erase in Photoshop

We’ve all had to work with photos that need to be cut down and have parts removed. Do you reach for the Eraser tool first? If so, you’re locking yourself in to changes.

Here’s a less destructive alternative using layer masks.

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